The Farm at Walnut Creek is a top destination for visitors to Ohio’s Amish Country. With more than 500 exciting animals to see and feed, guests enjoy driving through the farm in their own vehicles, or riding on a horse-drawn wagon. Animals at the farm include species from six continents, and include some exotic breeds, such as giraffes, camels, zebras, and kangaroos. Also among the menagerie are horses, llamas, buffalo, and deer.
The Farm at Walnut Creek is also a real, live, working farm, with daily farming activities. Guests can expect to see farmers plowing, planting, harvesting, and completing other farm chores during their visit. A popular attraction at The Farm at Walnut Creek is the non-electric farmhouse, where you’ll find Amish folks canning, quilting, or baking, depending on the day and time of year.
Visitors can purchase produce from the farm stand, and you won’t want to leave your camera at home, so be sure to snap plenty of pictures during your visit. Special events are hosted at The Farm at Walnut Creek throughout the year, with two of the most popular being the annual Fall Festival in October and The Journey to Bethlehem, a live nativity, in December.
Walnut Creek is a popular stop for many tourists during trips to Ohio’s Amish Country. It is home to several delicious restaurants, many inviting bed and breakfasts, and loads of unique shopping experiences. The Farm at Walnut Creek is a short drive from other popular destinations of Berlin, Sugarcreek, and Mt. Hope, where some of Amish Country’s most beautiful scenery awaits discovery.
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